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Theoni V. Aldredge

Theoni V. Aldredge

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Also Known As: Died: January 21, 2011
Born: August 22, 1932 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Thessaloniki, GR Profession: Costume-Wardrobe ...
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Moved to the United States to study design
1950:
First credit as costume designer, "The Distaff Side" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago
1959:
First major Broadway credit, designed Geraldine Page's costumes for "Sweet Bird of Youth"
1960:
Film debut as costume designer, "Girl of the Night"
1961:
First association with Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival, designed clothing for "Much Ado About Nothing"
1961:
Earned first Tony Award nomination for "The Devil's Advocate"
1962:
Created the costumes for the musical "I Can Get It for You Wholesale"
1965:
Designed the contemporary clothes for the stage comedy "Cactus Flower"
1966:
Did the costumes for the Broadway production of Edward Albee's "A Delicate Balance"
1967:
Crafted the contemporary clothing for the stage musical "Hair"
1968:
Designed the costumes for the feature "No Way to Treat a Lady"
1972:
Garnered second Tony nomination for the musical version of "Two Gentleman of Verona"
1973:
Created the Edwardian period costumes for an acclaimed production of "Much Ado About Nothing"; production originated at the NYSF but later transferred to Broadway; received a Tony nomination
1974:
Won an Academy Award for the lavish, exquisitely detailed 1920s clothing of "The Great Gatsby"
1974:
Earned fourth Tony nomination for the stage play "The Au Pair Man"
1975:
Created the costumes for the landmark American musical "A Chorus Line"; received fifth Tony Award nomination
1977:
Designed the costumes for the feature "Network"
1977:
Received two Tony nominations for costumes for the musicals "The Threepenny Opera" and "Annie"; won first Tony for the latter in a tie with Santo Loquasto ("The Cherry Orchard")
1978:
Designed the costumes for the musical "Ballroom"; earned another Tony nomination
1978:
Crafted the witty costumes for the feature comedy spoof "The Cheap Detective"
1978:
Clothed Faye Dunaway in "Eyes of Laura Mars"
1979:
Designed the period garb for the remake of "The Champ," featuring Dunaway and Jon Voight
1979:
Was the costume designer for the contemporary musical feature "The Rose"
1980:
Won second Tony Award for costumes for the musical "Barnum"
1980:
Was costume designer for the ABC variety special "Baryshnikov on Broadway"
1980:
Designed the costumes for the loopy disco-themed film "Can't Stop the Music"
1981:
Created the 1940s clothes for the stage musical "42nd Street"; garnered 10th Tony nomination
1982:
Designed the costumes for the musical "Dreamgirls"; received a Tony nomination
1982:
Revised and redesigned her award-winning stage clothing for the John Huston-directed film version of "Annie"
1984:
Picked up third Tony Award for the lavish clothing in the musical "La Cage aux Folles"
1984:
Did the period clothes for the romance "Racing With the Moon" and the contemporary comedy "Ghostbusters"
1987:
Created the period clothes for a revival of "Blithe Spirit," which marked the last stage appearance of Geraldine Page
1987:
Clothed Cher and the rest of the cast of the award-winning comedy "Moonstruck"
1987:
Did the costumes for the NBC miniseries "Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder"
1990:
Designed the costumes for the revival of "Gypsy"; received a Tony nomination
1991:
Created the period look for the musical version of "The Secret Garden; received 14th Tony nomination
1992:
Was designer for Jessica Lange's wardrobe in "Night and the City"
1993:
Created the costumes for the Off-Broadway musical revue "Putting It Together," which marked Julie Andrews' return to the NYC stage
1993:
Did the witty costumes for "Addams Family Values"
1995:
Crafted the period designs for the CBS remake of "A Streetcar Named Desire," starring Jessica Lange
1996:
Created the clothing for "The First Wives Club" and designed the costumes for the Barbra Streisand-directed "The Mirror Has Two Faces"
1997:
Created the period costumes for the Broadway revival of "Three Sisters"
1999:
Designed the clothing for "The Rage: Carrie 2"
1999:
Did the costumes for the revival of "The Time of the Cuckoo"
2000:
Created the clothing for "Hotel Suite"
2000:
Created the costumes for the Broadway revival of "Gore Vidal's The Best Man"
2001:
Designed the costumes for the revival of "Follies"; netted a Tony nomination

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